TV3's new reality singing show

TV3’s latest reality singing competition, 3 Juara, airs on Sunday at 9pm. Veteran composers Pak Ngah, Edrie Hashim and Ajai will represent the genres of irama Malaysia, rock and ballad respectively. Each judge will have to find four contestants to perform songs in their respective genres. There will be only one champion for each genre, and three champions in total. The second season of Go Fighting will premiere on 8TV tomorrow at 10.30pm. In this game-variety show, cast members will play games to complete missions at a landmark to win a race. They comprise Chinese stars Show Luo, Zhang Yixing, Sun Hong Lei, Huang Lei, Huang Bo and Wang Xun. Premiering on Fox Action Movies is X-Men: First Class on Sunday at 11pm. In 1962, the …

Thai town throws its monkeys a party LOPBURI, Thailand It is a feast fit for a monkey king. On Sunday the central Thai town of Lopburi put on a five-star banquet for its hundreds of macaque inhabitants, sparking a mass simian food fight. Lopburi has been laying on an annual feast — part merit-making tradition and part unabashed tourist attraction — for its monkeys since the late 1980s. Monkeys eat fruit at an ancient temple during the annual "monkey buffet" in Lopburi province, north of Bangkok on November 27, 2016 when the central Thai town of Lopburi put on a five-star banquet for its hundreds of macaque inhabitants, sparking a mass simian food fight. PHOTO | AFP This year's feast featured a smorgasbord of fruit that was quickly demolished by the hungry guests...

Here’s how Europeans work 258 fewer hours than Americans If you think New Yorkers live to work, you’re probably right. When Garland Walton escaped the rat race in October by moving from her home in Stamford, Conn., to Nice, France, her quality of life received an instant boost. Now, she actually relaxes in the mornings, by reading a book at a cafe or snacking on a baguette. It’s a “radically different” change from her life in America, explains the consultant for US nonprofits. “No one here works on the weekends. It feels so much more relaxed.” “I remember being incredulous when my Scottish investment banker friend took three weeks off and it was totally normal. In investment banking here, you’re expected to live in your office.”  - Greg Larkin, an American who briefly worked in ...

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John Oliver literally lights 2016 on fire: 'Let's all try harder next year' Unlike most of late night, John Oliver had to wait five days before he could tell us how he feels about President-elect Donald Trump. But boy, did he tell us how he feels. “It’s true. That happened,” Oliver said Sunday while wrapping the third season of his HBO show “Last Week Tonight.” “It turns out instead of showing our daughters that they could someday could be president, America proved that no grandpa is too racist to become leader of the free world.” The show played a clip of President Obama meeting with the president-elect at the White House, set to the “Curb Your Enthuasiam” theme. “That is the new national anthem now,” Oliver said.” Oliver’s most scathing remarks...

Guysexual looks at ‘happy, damaged men’: Is broken the new bad, damaged the new dashing? It’s the second date. We are in that no-man’s land between deciding whether we want to tell each other our favourite Game Of Thrones character or deciding who pays for dinner tonight. In the last 40-odd minutes, he’s told me he’s an alcoholic, wrote a long vicious email to an ex who he broke up with and is now so broken that he can never get into a serious relationship. And I thought we were only getting dinner. If I collect any more red flags, I can start my own souvenir shop. Would you like to buy one for your friends back home? “So I might have to go grab dinner with a few friends later. Do you mind if we just get a drink at ...

Brainy beauty that is Soo Wincci ‘With a doctorate in her hand, singer-actress Soo Wincci proves that she definitely has both looks and brains.’ SHE certainly is no show-off and she did not pursue a PhD six years ago only for the bragging rights. The former 2008 Miss World Malaysia, who had been inducted into the Malaysia Book Of Records for being the first Miss World Malaysia to be conferred a doctorate in Business Administration, had always been interested in pursuing higher education. “I was not out to prove to myself that I could do it but I figured this would help me in managing my business. Aside from that, I had always known the importance of education,” says the soft-spoken Dr Soo Wincci. With the scroll from Open ...

Carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels still too high to save climate: Report Marrakesh: Carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels have been nearly flat for three years in a row — a "great help" but not enough to stave off dangerous global warming, a report said on Monday. Representational image. Reuters Emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide stayed level in 2015 at 36.3 billion tonnes (GtCO2) and were projected to rise "only slightly", by 0.2 percent in 2016, according to the annual Global Carbon Budget report compiled by teams of scientists from around the world. "This third year of almost no growth in emissions is unprecedented at a time of strong economic growth," said research leader Corinne Le Quere of the University of East Anglia. Driven largely by reduced coal use in China, this was a "clear and unprecedented break" with the ...